Flora of the Indian Epics Period: Ancient history, Indian epic poetry, Flora, Indigenous (ecology), Organism, Geography, Forestry, Mahabharata, Vana Parva, Ramayana, Kishkindha

 
9786130636104: Flora of the Indian Epics Period: Ancient history, Indian epic poetry, Flora, Indigenous (ecology), Organism, Geography, Forestry, Mahabharata, Vana Parva, Ramayana, Kishkindha
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The flora of the Indian epics period can be a tool to study the antiquity of Indian epics as these do not record time scales of the incidences mentioned in these. The flora of an area or of time period, refers to all plant life occurring in an area or time period, especially the naturally occurring or indigenous plant life. The Indian epics discuss about the flora and fauna, the geography and forestry of the region. The ancient Sanskrit epics, the Ramayana and Mahabharata, also termed Itihāsa (History) or Mahākāvya ("Great Compositions"), refer to forest and plant life at various places. The language of these texts is the "Epic Sanskrit". The importance of forests in Indian epics can be understood from the fact that each epic devotes one book to the forests. In Mahabharata it is the Aranyaka Parva (also Vana Parva, Aranya Parva) (The Book of the Forest) which mentions about the period of twelve years spent by Pandavas in exile in the forest (aranya). The divisions of Ramayana into Kandas (Books) also includes one Kanda known as Aranya Kanda – Book of the Forest. In Ramayana Kishkindha Kanda – Book of Kishkindha also discusses the geography and forestry of the region.

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Descripción Alphascript Publishing Feb 2010, 2010. Taschenbuch. Condición: Neu. Neuware - The flora of the Indian epics period can be a tool to study the antiquity of Indian epics as these do not record time scales of the incidences mentioned in these. The flora of an area or of time period, refers to all plant life occurring in an area or time period, especially the naturally occurring or indigenous plant life. The Indian epics discuss about the flora and fauna, the geography and forestry of the region. The ancient Sanskrit epics, the Ramayana and Mahabharata, also termed Itih sa (History) or Mah k vya ('Great Compositions'), refer to forest and plant life at various places. The language of these texts is the 'Epic Sanskrit'. The importance of forests in Indian epics can be understood from the fact that each epic devotes one book to the forests. In Mahabharata it is the Aranyaka Parva (also Vana Parva, Aranya Parva) (The Book of the Forest) which mentions about the period of twelve years spent by Pandavas in exile in the forest (aranya). The divisions of Ramayana into Kandas (Books) also includes one Kanda known as Aranya Kanda Book of the Forest. In Ramayana Kishkindha Kanda Book of Kishkindha also discusses the geography and forestry of the region. 156 pp. Englisch. Nº de ref. del artículo: 9786130636104

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